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    marye
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    By request, a place for the folks going to see Bobby, Billy, Mickey, and friends to tell us about it!

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  • August 15, 2016 - 3:57pm
    mona
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    John Mayar in Instagram
    "This @deadandcompany tour was magical. This band flourished in so many ways. To learn each others' moves as people and musicians, so as to support each other on stage and off made every night a beautiful adventure. I grew up a lone wolf in a bedroom practicing my guitar, and all I ever really craved was community. The community I feel now between my brothers and sisters in this band and crew, and the connection between everyone in the audience from the front row to the back, to those who listened from couches and cars, to those who come up to me and say more with their eyes than their words in their attempt to tell me what this means to them - I will never forget it, because I will never stop feeling it. We're together now. I'm honored to be one of many musicians in the larger community of the GDEU (Grateful Dead Extended Universe.) And it must be said - to Jerry: what a light you are that I could bask in your shadow. ❤️⚡️ love you all."
  • August 1, 2016 - 7:49am
    marye
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    Shoreline show
    was incredible. Don't miss it.
  • July 31, 2016 - 10:06pm
    grateful_1973
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    Bucket list!!!
    I Think I will and be grateful!!!
  • July 31, 2016 - 10:02pm
    grateful_1973
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    Westcoast shows!!!
    Love to experience a westcoast show !!!
  • July 31, 2016 - 9:42pm
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    YEAH,tHE ENERGY is amazing ,LOVE IT!!! PEACE !!!
  • July 31, 2016 - 8:26pm
    garciafan
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    Thank you for a real good time...
    Awesome show last night at Shoreline for Dead & Company. John Mayer was awesome but his own man...he is a welcome addition. Hope the band stays intact as is and Fall and Winter tours can be enjoyed by all!
  • July 31, 2016 - 6:40pm
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    Burgettstown !!!
    Caught the show in Burgettstown and got revived!!! Hoping for a Fall Tour!!! Thank You for a ReAl GooD TiMe !!!
  • July 23, 2016 - 10:01pm
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    watching live stream on
    watching live stream on youtube, sound and video awesome
  • July 4, 2016 - 11:55pm
    Chris killer
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    Sorry you missed it , I think that they will make a run in Fall
    The dead usually does a tour around October thru December ,I saw Saratoga and Hartford you have to see dead /Mayer it like a must see if you have to go to Pittsburg , Michigan , do it or phil and friends is just as good if not better ( depending on the night he's playing on Coney Island in September , then probably the Capitol theatre . And remember get as close to the band as you ca afford it's worth it peace chri
  • July 4, 2016 - 9:34am
    JPapavero
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    Dead & Co near NY
    Hey I'm a relatively new and younger generation Dead Head and I unfortunately couldn't make it to either show at Citi Field this June. I also can't make it up to Boston for Fenway in July. I was wondering - does anyone think or maybe know if they might tour again after this Summer 2016 tour ends? And do you think they may play again at a venue in or around the NYC metro or TriState area? I'd really like to go to a show. Any info is greatly appreciated. Thanks.
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Pretty good show. JM solid. Boys came and played. No regrets. I know all the experts will destroy the sets, but man it was very happening watching 13K plus singing and dancing. Is this not what we want. A good time with some solid tunes for the enjoyment for all..... Peace out........
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thanks for the insight. i can't make it to any shows but what you described is about what i expected.
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Saw both nights in Broomfield CO Nov24-25. Was stoked that the lot scene was alive, was looking for it in Chicago but it wasn't there. Wife and I helping each other hold winter gear and trinkets while we ate burritos etc. stashed posters and folk art in truck and went dancing! JM and others are hired guns that help the guys keep a gorgeous catalog of songs still ringing. The SYF backdrop literally achieved complete kaleidoscope of Dead imagery across the back of the band. Wow! Drums and Space as good as it gets. We were closer to Bill and pure joy on his face as he wailed through drums. 25th had an Eyes to drums/space (nothing dreamy in it just daring pounding micro notes) that led into a Stella Blue, both sang by Bobby as it they would never be sung again! Was wonderful. We were all close enough to see their teeth when they sang, 6500 capacity. This was just a great break from traditional Thanksgiving and was well spent with other heads. I hope this sort of thing continues.
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I listened to D&C for the first time last night. Thought they put their heart and soul into it. Sounded really good. Thanks!
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I was lucky enough to catch both shows in SF. Really hoping for a 2016 tour!
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Hey I'm a relatively new and younger generation Dead Head and I unfortunately couldn't make it to either show at Citi Field this June. I also can't make it up to Boston for Fenway in July. I was wondering - does anyone think or maybe know if they might tour again after this Summer 2016 tour ends? And do you think they may play again at a venue in or around the NYC metro or TriState area? I'd really like to go to a show. Any info is greatly appreciated. Thanks.
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The dead usually does a tour around October thru December ,I saw Saratoga and Hartford you have to see dead /Mayer it like a must see if you have to go to Pittsburg , Michigan , do it or phil and friends is just as good if not better ( depending on the night he's playing on Coney Island in September , then probably the Capitol theatre . And remember get as close to the band as you ca afford it's worth it peace chri
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Caught the show in Burgettstown and got revived!!! Hoping for a Fall Tour!!! Thank You for a ReAl GooD TiMe !!!
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Awesome show last night at Shoreline for Dead & Company. John Mayer was awesome but his own man...he is a welcome addition. Hope the band stays intact as is and Fall and Winter tours can be enjoyed by all!
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YEAH,tHE ENERGY is amazing ,LOVE IT!!! PEACE !!!
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I Think I will and be grateful!!!
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"This @deadandcompany tour was magical. This band flourished in so many ways. To learn each others' moves as people and musicians, so as to support each other on stage and off made every night a beautiful adventure. I grew up a lone wolf in a bedroom practicing my guitar, and all I ever really craved was community. The community I feel now between my brothers and sisters in this band and crew, and the connection between everyone in the audience from the front row to the back, to those who listened from couches and cars, to those who come up to me and say more with their eyes than their words in their attempt to tell me what this means to them - I will never forget it, because I will never stop feeling it. We're together now. I'm honored to be one of many musicians in the larger community of the GDEU (Grateful Dead Extended Universe.) And it must be said - to Jerry: what a light you are that I could bask in your shadow. ❤️⚡️ love you all."